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Poster: TOOTMO Date: Jul 11, 2011 3:00pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: ' In and around the Chicago Land in the 70's '

"... and WLS Chicago had such a strong signal it was easily picked up most of the time 300 miles away in Detroit. "

My first car was a 70 Plymouth Valiant. Its AM radio could pick up WLS, the Rock of Chicago, once the sun went down. Of course, at that time, I lived in northern Alabama. Can't hardly pick anything up where I live now, especially shortwave bands, because I have a big-ass chunk of iron ore in my backyard (at least that's my theory until DHM dissuades me.)

Over and out,
TOOTMO

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